Successful applicants will receive a partial scholarship that will cover their studies throughout the two-year course...
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is a rigorous and academically challenging programme that is recognised by universities around the world. It’s known for equipping students with strong academic qualities, which leads graduates to some of the top universities.
If you’re thinking about enrolling your child into an IBDP school, we have good news for you! Dover Court International School (DCIS) is now offering partial scholarships for students joining their August 2022 intake. Successful applicants will have their tuition fees discounted by up to 50% for the duration of the IBDP course.
The IBDP at Dover Court International School
Dover Court International School has been offering IBDP to its Sixth Form students since 2017 and has produced excellent results since then. Recently, the school’s 2021 IB cohort achieved a 36-point average score, higher than the 31-point global average. The highest score achieved was 44 points and there were also two bilingual IB diplomas (Japanese)55.
Students study six subjects throughout the two-year programme, with three subjects being studied at a Higher Level and the remaining three at Standard Level. There is also a compulsory Theory of Knowledge course, and at the end of the course, every student submits an Extended Essay. All students are also required to participate in the CAS component – Creativity, Activity, Service – of the course.
At Dover Court International School, IBDP students also have the advantage of being taught by outstanding teachers in small classes. This is to ensure that each student is able to receive personalised learning to reach their full potential. There are also a wide range of courses for students to choose from based on their interests and strengths. On top of its academic offerings, Dover Court International School collaborates with organisations like Juilliard, UNICEF, and MIT to provide enhanced curricula and out-of-classroom learning trips for their students as well.
Keen to apply? Submit your application before 28 February 2022!
To apply for Dover Court International School’s IBDP scholarship, you’ll need to submit the following:
- A letter of application written by the applicant (the student)
- A completed DCIS IB application form
- Written references from at least two people who have worked with the applicant
- A letter from the applicant’s parents about how they can support the applicant should they get the scholarship
- Any documentation (think certificates and testimonials) that may support the application
After the submission deadline, applicants will be asked to sit for an online and written assessment. The results of the scholarship will be announced on 15 March 2022.
This post is in partnership with Dover Court International School